Rudy and Cirrus of Karmaby R. M. Smith, Emm Lynch (Editor)
In this rhyming picture book, a mischievous boy named Rudy comes across a mysterious creature after he falls into a sinkhole. He is granted 3 wishes and how he uses them will determine his fateor will they? Things have changed for Rudy but he's not so sure it's for the better. He discovers a world where no one is home, his brother and sister are monsters, and
In this rhyming picture book, a mischievous boy named Rudy comes across a mysterious creature after he falls into a sinkhole. He is granted 3 wishes and how he uses them will determine his fateor will they? Things have changed for Rudy but he's not so sure it's for the better. He discovers a world where no one is home, his brother and sister are monsters, and his only hope is a creature named Cirrus.
- Clarence-Henry Books
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- Product dimensions:
- 10.10(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.40(d)
- Age Range:
- 6 - 9 Years
Meet the Author
R. M. Smith works full-time as a graphic artist and illustrator with over 16 years of experience in online and print media. He is also the author and illustrator of An A to Z Walk in the Park--an animal alphabet book which depicts over 200 animals in an easy to identify-and-connect format.
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This is a fun adventure involving a genie-like character named Cirrus who grants Rudy 3 wishes. It starts out with Rudy making a mess of things with his brother and sister but he comes to grips after his third wish. My kids and I really had fun letting Rudy have it. We thought his family was a little soft on him but I don't want to spoil it.
I personally thought this book was very well thought out and had a great underlying message for children. Rudy and Cirrus of Karma teaches children reasoning and that your actions do have consequences. I read this to my daughters and they loved the book as well. The illustrations kept there attention along with the story line. They were easily able to relate to rudy and reflect back on the times when they lied,stole from their sister etc...After finishing up the book I always have them summarize and tell me what they learned from the book and they were able to break it down just fine and got the moral of the story as well. They have asked me twice in the same day already to re-read the book to them
Rudy is a bully of an older brother who likes to hassle his little brother and sister, Eddie and Lily. After breaking a family heirloom vase he blames Eddie and Lily and gets sent on an errand by his mom. During this errand Rudy meets a mysterious creature named Cirrus who alters his attitude toward his siblings. The story is told in straight rhyme and is easy to read. It's a fast-paced adventure that doesn't let up until Rudy is safely back in the company of his family. The simple yet effective illustrations enhance the story without overwhelming. The book provides a nice message of treating others as you'd like to be treated. Kids will enjoy the odd situations Rudy falls into and how he surprisingly escapes.